International Grains Agreement (In) 1995

Posted on February 28, 2022 · Posted in Uncategorized

1. For the purposes of this Agreement, a commercial acquisition is an acquisition within the meaning of Article 2 which is consistent with normal commercial practices in international trade and which does not include the transactions referred to in paragraph 2. UNITED STATES. President (1993-2001: Clinton). & United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on External Relations. & United States.

(1995). (1997). International Grains Convention, Message from the President of the United States of 1995 on the transmission of the Grain Trade Agreement and the Food Aid Convention, which is the International Grains Convention, 1995, signed by the United States on June 26, 1995. Washington: USA G.P.O. The Food Aid Convention aims to ensure, through a joint effort by the international community, the achievement of the World Food Conference`s target of at least 10 million tonnes of food aid per year to developing countries in the form of cereals fit for human consumption and set out in the provisions of the Convention. The relevant ministers agreed that Australia would meet its minimum annual commitment of 300,000 tonnes of cereals under the Convention. 1. The Members of this Convention agree to contribute to cereals of developing countries as food aid fit for human consumption and of an acceptable nature and quality, or their currency equivalent, up to the minimum annual amounts referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article. With regard to the supply of cereals under this Agreement, priority shall be given to countries or territories with food import needs which are classified by the OECD Development Assistance Committee as least developed countries (LDCs), other low-income countries (LLC) or low-middle-income countries (LMlC). 1.

This Agreement shall be open for accession by any Government referred to in paragraph 4 of Article III which has not signed this Agreement. Instruments of accession shall be deposited with the Depositary no later than 30 June 1995, with the exception that the Committee may grant one or more extensions of time to any Government which does not have (2) contributions for rice. The Committee shall adopt rules of procedure for the annual determination of the wheat equivalent of rice. 2. The Committee may comply with the Convention on the 30. June 1998 for two consecutive periods not exceeding two years, provided that the 1995 Cereals Trade Agreement or a new cereals trade agreement replacing it remains in force during the renewal period. (d) provide a forum for the exchange of information and the discussion of Members` concerns regarding trade in cereals. (ii) the available information on the nature, class, quality and quality of the grains concerned; Cereals agreed with the beneficiary country will be kept by that country on a global scale. When fixing or adjusting this level, full account shall be taken of trade imports over a representative period, recent employment and import developments and the economic situation of the beneficiary country, in particular its balance of payments. (d) sales under trade agreements containing special payment arrangements including compensation accounts for the bilateral settlement of credits through trade in goods, unless the exporting Member and the importing Member concerned agree that the sale is considered commercial; Declaration of provisional application on behalf of the EC by its competent authority and deposit of the instrument required by the EC`s institutional procedures for the conclusion of an international agreement.

1/ In exceptional cases, an exemption not exceeding 10% may be granted. This restriction may be lifted for transactions intended for the expansion of economic development activity in the beneficiary country, provided that the currency of the beneficiary country is not transferable or convertible in less than 10 years. 2/ The contract of purchase on credit may provide for the payment of a maximum of 15% of the capital on delivery of the grain. 2. Taking into account the specific role of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in international trade in raw materials, the Council shall, if it deems it appropriate, keep the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development informed of its activities and programmes of work. (e) `cereals` or `cereals` means barley, maize, millet, oats, rye, sorghum, triticale and wheat and their products, as well as such other cereals and products as the Council may decide; Australia`s participation in the renegotiation of the Conventions has been notified to the Standing Committee on Commonwealth-State Treaties. The Australian grain industry, including the Grains Council of Australia and the Australian Wheat Board, has been consulted and supports Australia`s accession to the Conventions, in particular the inclusion of pulses and the maintenance of Australia`s minimum food aid contribution of 300,000 tonnes under this Agreement shall be subject to ratification, acceptance or approval by any signatory Government in accordance with their constitutional procedures. .].